“When you have stable rules, the way we have it now, teams will rather go evolutionary,” Krack told Autosport. “And, if you have such a standout car, as we have with Red Bull, I think a lot of people will try to go in that direction.
“On the other hand, we have heard from Ferrari, from Mercedes, that they will make very big architectural changes. So, we are curious to see what that is going to bring.
“But I think, all in all, if you look at it, usually what happens if the technical regs stay [the same] the field is moving closer together year on year.”
After two seasons of dominance, Red Bull are well and truly the hunted in 2024, and Aston Martin are one of the teams in the best position to challenge them.
A year into working with their new aerodynamic concept, they will be hoping that their winter development has been enough to give both Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll a car to compete for wins with.
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